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|Stem_Cells_Revolutionizing_the_Treatments_of_Human_Diseases_ - U.C. Irvive|
Stem Cells Revolutionizing the Treatment of Human Diseases; U.C. Irvine OpenCourseWare. Uploaded by Gerard Arthus into the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License.
Keywords: garthus; garthus1; medicine; disease; biology
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|Geronimo - U.N.O. live@La Bodeguita del Pilar - U.N.O.|
Geronimo - U.N.O. live@La Bodeguita del Pilar
Keywords: Geronimo; U.N.O. live@La Bodeguita del Pilar; u.n.o; uno; unidentified noisy object
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|Stalemate In Korea - U.S Army|
U.S Army Combat Bulletin #113 Stalemate In Korea Description from National Archives:"Reel 1, Part 1, a U.S. infantry patrol creeps forward and fires rifles in dense underbrush in a raid on Chinese lines. Machine guns and bazookas fire on a Chinese outpost and the patrol then return to its lines. Part 2, a VHF radio telephone relay station is erected by Signal Corps personnel on a hill. Mules and Korean civilian laborers carry the materiel and equipment necessary for the station to the crest...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; Ridgway, Matthew B. (Matthew Bunker), 1895-1993; Joy, C. Turner (Charles Turner), 1895-1956; Korean War, 1950-1953; C-119 Flying Boxcar (Transport plane); United States. -- Army -- Signal Corps; Newsreel
|Farewell, Pony - U.S Post Office Department|
No description at the National Archives but this is a U.S. Post Office film from 1960 (mentioned in Business screen magazine 1961) here on Archive.org). Describes how the post office is expanding, automating, etc.National Archives Identifier: 6943
Keywords: USPS; United States Post Office; Vending Machines
|X-1A Flight Test, 1954 - U.S. Air Force|
Listed at the National Archives as "X-1A FLIGHT TEXT, 1954"National Archives description: "Summary: 1) LPS B-29 taking off from R to L. 2) ALS B-29, F-86 and T-33 chase plane in flight from L to R. 3) AMUS B-29 in flight from L to R -- the X-1A is suspended from the fuselage of the B-29. 4) ALS X-1A dropping away from B-29. 5) LPS X-1A landing from L to R. 6) MS nose and cockpit of X-1A -- Maj. Charles Yeager is climbing out of X-1A after landing...
Keywords: Cold War; B-29 Bomber; T-33 (Training plane); Edwards Air Force Base, California; Bell X-1 (Rocket planes); Sabre (Jet fighter planes); Yeager, Chuck, 1923-
|Initial Flight Tests Of Experimental Fighter And Research Aircraft - U.S. Air Force|
"Summary: Reel 1: XF-84 -- Scenes at Muroc Air Force Base. 1) F-84 stationary near hangar area. 2) F-84 taxiing. 3) F-84 taking off. 4) AS F-84 banking off to left. XF-85. 5) Several ground shots of the XF-85 stationary. 6) CS Pilot putting wings up into position, B-29 in bg (Scenes taken at Muroc). 7) Good coverage of the XF-85 being moved down into pit for loading into B-29. 8) Good coverage of hoisting of the XF-85 out of the loading pit into bomb bay of B-29...
Keywords: Aircraft accidents; Thunderjet (Jet fighter plane); XP-87 Blackhawk (Fighter plane); XF-88 Voodoo (Jet fighter plane); XF-85 Goblin (Fighter plane); XF-89 Scorpion (Fighter plane); Air pilots; XF-90 (Experimental aircraft); Shooting Star (Jet fighter plane); Research aircraft; Flights (Aeronautics); Hoisting machinery; Military aircraft; Condensation trails; Edwards Air Force Base (Calif.); Airmen; Airports; Muroc Army Airfield (Calif.); B-29 bomber; Bell X-1 (Rocket planes); Airplanes, Military
|F-104 Flight Tests, January 1956 - August 1958 - U.S. Air Force|
F-104 Flight Tests, 01-1956 - 08-1958Shot list from the National Archives: "Summary: Coverage of F-104 flight tests at AFFTC including F-104C aerial refueling, F-104B stall and spin recovery, first flight of F-104A, sled tests for tail flutter and XF-104 landings and takeoffs. (Shot list to follow.) Reel 1, 893': AV's of F-104C with wingtip and pylon tanks refueling from tail drogue of KB-50. 250' Same scenes as above of F-104C with wingtip tanks only...
Keywords: Starfighter (Fighter plane); Flights (Aeronautics); Cold War; Research Aircraft; Airplanes, Military
|Major Aircraft Accident B-47 E (SN 52-386) - U.S. Air Force|
"Summary: Coverage of an AF major pointing out, during a safety lecture, the causes of a B-47E crash on takeoff, with inserts of the original footage and still shots of the accident. Good (Basic: Pos comp print)" National Archives Identifier: 67400
Keywords: Plane Crash; Air bases; Aircraft accidents; B-47 bomber
|In Memoriam: Berlin Airlift - U.S. Air Force|
"Summary: Produced and directed by the Public Information Office, Wiesbaden Military Post. Photographed by Welt im Bild, Munich, Germany. Recorded by AFIFA, Wiesbaden Germany. Narration by Mel Edwards, American Forces Network. Shows formal troop review by Lt Gen John K. Cannon, CG of USAF in Europe, at dedication of memorial to Americans killed during the 1948 Berlin Airlift, at Wiesbaden, Germany in summer of 1949...
Keywords: Operation Vittles; Berlin Airlift; Cold War; Armed forces Bands (Music); Berlin Airlift; Soldiers; Rites and ceremonies; Berlin Blockade; Cannon, John Kenneth, 1892-1955; Military music; Cold War; Skymaster (Transport planes); Troop reviews; World War II: Postwar issues
|Takarazuka Ballet, 1946 - U.S. Air Force|
"General Information: This sequence was photographed in two nights of production at the Takarazuka Girl's Opera, Takarazuka, Japan. It is the only school of it's kind in Japan, accepting only girl students for a seven year course. During the first two years, they receive fundamental training in music, drama, and dancing, Occidental and Japanese. Simultaneously, they are given secondary education at a high school level...
Keywords: Clothing and dress; Dance; Japan; Nagasaki-shi (Japan); Takarazuka Girl's Opera
|Candid Shots Of Maj. Murray And Maj Yeager Alongside The Bell X-1A Aircraft, Edwards AFB, September, 1954 - U.S. Air Force|
"Summary: MS nose of of X-1A, crew members walk up to aircraft, remove canopy. Maj. Murray climbs out of the X-1A and unsnaps buckles from parachute harness. Crew chief takes parachute and oxygen mask and continues to assist Maj. Murray. 76' Maj. Murray starts to unzip G-suit, then he and crew chief walk toward camera and out of scene. 105' Maj. Murray and Bell representatives posing alongside X-1A...
Keywords: Cold War; Edwards Air Force Base, California; Test Pilots; Sabre (Jet fighter planes); Bell X-1 (Rocket planes); Yeager, Chuck, 1923-; United States. Air Force; Murray, Arthur W., 1918-2011; Research Aircraft; Flights (Aeronautics); Airplanes, Military
|Air Force Film Report 103, "Development of the Soviet Ballistic Missile Threat" - U.S. Air Force|
From U.S. Air Force index card: An Air Intelligence Briefing tracing the development of the Soviet ballistic missile threat from its inception, just after the close of WWII, to 1 January 1960.
Keywords: Air Force; Soviet Union; Ballistic Missiles; Nuclear History; National Security Archive
|Air Force Film Report 33, "Operation Headstart - Airborne Alert" - U.S. Air Force|
From U.S. Air Force index card: "Covers activities of ground and flight crews during a three-month test conducted at Loring Air Force Base, Maine, to demonstrate conclusively that an airborne alert force can be maintained successfully."
Keywords: Air Force; Airborne Alert; Operation Head Start; Nuclear History; National Security Archive
|Operation Big Switch, 1953 Inchon, Korea - U.S. Air Force|
September 1, 1953 footage of American POWs returning from Korea in Operation Big Switch. Shot list from National Archives:"Summary: Flight nurse activities on C-124 aircraft carrying repatriated POW's from Inchon, Korea, to Tachikawa, Japan. SLATE: 1 SEPTEMBER 1953. INCHON, KOREA. 1) LS flight nurse walks toward camera in fg personnel waiting for nurse. 2) MS pan R to L, two flight nurses enter C-124...
Keywords: Korean War, 1950-1953; Flight Nurse; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Women -- United States; Smoking; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Prisoners and prisons; Military Nursing; United States. -- Air Force Nurse Corps; Cold War; C-124 (Transport plane); United States. -- Air Force -- Transport Of Sick And Wounded; War -- Relief Of Sick And Wounded; Prisoners of war -- Korea (North)
|F-22 RAPTOR - U.S. Air Force|
The F-22 Raptor is the Air Force's newest fighter aircraft. Its combination of stealth, supercruise, maneuverability, and integrated avionics, coupled with improved supportability, represents an exponential leap in warfighting capabilities. The Raptor performs both air-to-air and air-to-ground missions allowing full realization of operational concepts vital to the 21st century Air Force. Air Force Link is provided as a public service by the Office of the Secretary of Air Force (Public Affairs)...
Keywords: F-22; Raptor; Air Force; fighter aircraft
|Newsreels: Hindenburg Crash - U.S. Air Force|
Compilation of AAF newsreels about the Hindenburg disaster. National Archives description: "Summary: Reel 1: 950'. 1) AS Hindenburg Zeppelin in flight to New Jersey. 2) LS Hindenburg coming in for landing, Lakehurst N. J. 3) LS Hindenburg Zeppelin bursts into flames and falls to earth. 4) LS Firefighters battle the flames. 5) MS Camera pans L to R showing remains of worlds largest airship. 6) AS Same as sc 1...
Keywords: Hindenburg; Hindenburg (Airship); Aircraft accidents -- New Jersey; Newsreeel; Newsreel
|Major Aircraft Accident B-47 (SN 52 726) - U.S. Air Force|
"Summary: Coverage of a B-47 crashing and burning on takeoff; firemen extinguishing flames; and the damaged aircraft. Good (Basic: Pos print)"National Archives Identifier: 67399
Keywords: Plane Crash; B-47 bomber; Air bases; Aircraft accidents; Air Crews
|Dedication Ceremony, Grissom AFB, And Lafayette, Indiana 1968/05/09 - 1968/05/12 - U.S. Air Force|
"Covers dedication ceremonies at Grissom AFB, formerly Bunker Hill AFB, in honor of the late astronaut Virgil "Gus" Grissom. Dignitaries include Mrs. Grissom, her sons and brother-in-law; Lt Gen Austin J. Russell, astronaut Leroy G. Cooper, and Asst Secy of AF Thomas N. Nielsen. Includes aerobatics by Dick Schram (Piper Super Cub), Bob Hoover (P-51) and Thunderbirds (F-100Ds). Reel 1, 952': ROLL: P-1...
Keywords: Gus Grissom; B-58 bomber; Grissom, Virgil I; Thunderjet (Jet fighter plane); Transport planes; Grissom Hall (West Lafayette, Ind.); KC-135 (Tanker aircraft); Mustang (Fighter plane); T-38 Talon (Training plane); Cooper, Gordon, 1927-2004; Drum and bugle corps; F-111 (Jet fighter plane); F-100 (Jet fighter plane); B-52 bomber; Grissom Air Force Base (Ind.); United States. Air Force; Schram, Richard A., 1917-1969; Nielsen, Thomas H., 1930-; Cooper, Gordon, 1927-2004; Hoover, R. A. (Robert A.), 1922-; Russell, Austin J., 1915-2004; Purdue University -- History; United States. -- Army -- Parachute Team; United States. -- Air Force -- Thunderbirds; Airlift, Military -- United States; Airplanes, Military; Project Mercury (U.S.)
|National Air Show: September, 1955 - U.S. Air Force|
Silent unedited footage of the 1955 U.S. National Air Show.Shot List from the National Archives: "Summary: Reel 1, 983': SLATE: 4 SEPTEMBER 55. NATIONAL AIRCRAFT SHOW, 1955. starts at 9': LS unidentified aircraft R to L past pylon. 20' LS F-86 in climbing fly-by R to L, camera pans right. 33' LS two F-94 Starfires at low altitude around pylon, camera pans right. 57' LS to MS diamond formation of aircraft -- head aircraft is C-121C, left wing is F-94, right wing is F-89, trailing is F-86D...
Keywords: Cold War; U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron; Weyland, Otto P. (Otto Paul), 1902-1979; Rawlings, Edwin W. (Edwin William), 1904-; Matador (Missile); Nike rocket; Parachute troops; Flame throwers; Poopie Suit; Air refueling of airplanes; Bombing, Aerial; Airplanes, Military; XC-99 (Transport plane); Research Aircraft; Helicopters; Constellation (Transport planes); Sabre (Jet fighter plane); Scorpion (Jet fighter plane); Starfire (Jet fighter plane); Thunderstreak (Jet fighter plane); Canberra (Bomber); F-100 (Jet fighter plane); Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar; C-124 (Transport plane); B-36 (Bomber); B-47 (Bomber); Boeing KC-97 Stratotanker; Delta Dagger (Jet fighter plane); Voodoo (Jet fighter plane); Cold War; Jet Planes; Jet Planes -- History; Fighter planes -- Turbojet engines; Horace A. Hanes; Edwin W. Rawlings
|United Nation's Prisoner Of War Camps - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #114United Nation's Prisoner Of War Camps "Reel 1 shows North Korean and Chinese prisoners and their life in the UN prisoner of war camps. Long columns of North Korean and Chinese prisoners are marched to the rear and sick and wounded prisoners are taken to field hospitals. Prisoners are interrogated, sprayed with DDT for lice, inoculated, fingerprinted and given new clothes...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; Prisoners Of War -- United Nations; Korean War, 1950-1953; United States. Army; Cold War; US Army; Newsreel; DDT; Red Cross and Red Crescent
|A Town Solves A Problem - U.S. Army|
Scripted film of a 1947 small town meeting in Pittsford, Vermont, produced by the US Army to advance democracy post-war occupied countries. Winter scenes, one-room school house, rural living, snow shoveling, gas station, balloting.
Keywords: Vermont Historical Society, town meeting; Pittsford Vermont; Pittsford VT; US Army; democracy; rural life; winter; New England; school; one-room school
|CB 109 UN Forces Cross 38th Parallel 1951 - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #109 UN Forces Cross 38th ParallelDescription from National Archives: "Reel 1, Part 1, troops of the 187th Regiment of the 11th Airborne Division board C-119 transports, take off, and jump north of Munsan in "Operation Tomahawk." Jeeps and heavy equipment are parachuted to them on landing. Tanks and troops of the 24th Infantry Division move up to join the parachutists as supplies are air-dropped near Taegu...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; Tanks (Military science); United States. -- Army -- Airborne Division, 11th; Rockets (Ordnance); North Atlantic Treaty Organization. (04/04/1949 - ); Paris (France); Korean War, 1950-1953; Mortars (Ordnance); Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969; C-119 Flying Boxcar (Transport plane); United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 24th
|TF 7-3856 Physical Fitness - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army training film TF 7-3856 Physical Fitness.Description from National Archives: "Physical fitness programs during Basic and Advanced Individual Training (AIT), at the Unit level, and in special courses for Paratroopers, Rangers, and Special Forces." National Archives Identifier: 36837
Keywords: PT; Physical Fitness; US Army; Physical Training; United States. Army; Training Film; Vietnam War, 1961-1975
|UN Forces Consolidate Below 38th Parallel - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #106 UN Forces Consolidate Below 38th ParallelNational Archives' Description: "Reel 1, Part 1 shows the evacuation of Hungnam by U.S. forces. 1st Marine Division and 7th Infantry Division troops are ferried out to transports in landing craft as 3rd Infantry Division troops fight a rearguard action. Engineer demolition teams blow up a nitrate plant, piers, and docks together with other installations as the troops withdraw...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; Great Britain. Army; Skymaster (Transport planes); Korean War, 1950-1953; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 7th; Newsreel; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 3rd
|UN Forces Escape Trap - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #105 UN Forces Escape TrapDescription from National Archives: "Reel 1, U.S. 7th Infantry Division troops advance towards the Yalu River as supporting planes strafe the snow-covered hills around them. They dig in at Hyesanjin on the banks of the frozen Yalu River and eat Thanksgiving dinner in their foxholes. Chinese prisoners are rounded up as China enters the Korean War and 1st Marine Division troops and tanks retreat along snow-whipped Hagaru road towards Hungnam as C...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; C-119 Flying Boxcar; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 3rd; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 7th; United States. -- Marine Corps -- Marines, 1st -- History; Douglas DC-3 (Transport plane); Thanksgiving; United States. -- Marine Corps -- History -- Korean War, 1950-1953; Newsreel; Korean War, 1950-1953
|Armored Vehicle Evaluation, 34th Armor, 4th Inf Div, Circa 1966 - U.S. Army|
Title from National Archives is Armored Vehicle Evaluation, 34th Armored, 4th Inf Div, Circa 1966 but one of the clapperboards has a date of 1967 on it, possibly May 15, 1967...and I think the correct name is 34th Armor Regiment. National Archives description: "Summary: Ground and AVs, M-48 tanks and one M-113 APC deployed in grassy field. Travel shot as M-48s move out. Excellent scenes, M-48 firing MG and its big gun into jungle...
Keywords: M-48 Patton Tank; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; US Army; United States. Army; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Tank warfare; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 4th; United States. -- Army -- Armor, 34th -- History
|Sammy Davis Jr. USO Show, February 1972 - U.S. Army|
Color silent footage of Sammy Davis Jr performing in Vietnam in 1972 as part of Nixon's anti-drug Footage is from Armed Forces Information Film #232 "Peace, Togetherness and Sammy." (link goes to the full documentary on Archive.org, which has sound).111-LC-57960 Sammy Davis Jr USO Show (AFIF 232) 1972-03"Summary: INT, Sammy Davis Jr. singing and dancing on stage, George Rhodes and orchestra accompany him...
Keywords: Sammy Davis Jr; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; United Service Organizations (U.S.)
|Chinese Reds Enter War - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #104 Chinese Reds Enter War"Reel 1, Part 1, Chinese and North Korean prisoners of war are marched out of hills around Hamhung and Wonsan across the Wonsan airport to landing craft to be evacuated. Part 2, U.S. wounded are evacuated by jeep, ambulance, and helicopter, given blood plasma at battalion field hospitals, and flown to hospitals in Japan. Part 3, members of the Ordnance Association inspect exhibits at the Aberdeen Proving Ground including Russian artillery and ...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; United States. -- Navy -- Task Force 77; Korean War, 1950-1953; Military Uniforms; XC-120 Packplane; Research Aircraft; Newsreel; United States. Army; US Army; Typhoons; Cold War; Philippine Sea (Aircraft carrier); War -- relief of sick and wounded
|Activities Of The 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) I Corps, October 1969 - U.S. Army|
National Archives description: "Summary: Garbage strewn over field at Mai Loc. A few women and children look through the garbage. Flame drop to clear jungle from mountain slope surrounding FSB. AV, from helicopter as it approaches FSB Scotch [XD912562] on mountaintop. Looking down at gasoline drums suspended under helicopter in flight. The drums are in a net. Drums are released and they fall to the ground...
Keywords: Fire Support Base Scotch; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Aerial Operations, American; United States. -- Army -- Engineer Combat Battalion, 326th; United States. Army; United States. -- Army -- Airborne Division, 101st; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Army aviation
|Patients Volunteer For Guard Duty, 02/09/1968 - U.S. Army|
Shot List from the National Archives: "Summary: Approx. 200': Soldier patient of the 5th Bn, 60th Inf, 9th Inf Div, on guard at hospital post. He is dressed in pajamas, slippers, helmet, and armored vest. Civilian passes are checked. Jeeps enter and leave hospital grounds. Soldier patient searches civilians. Patient opens hospital gate. Garbage truck enters. 3d Field Hospital sign. Soldier patient carrying rifle exits hospital...
Keywords: Helicopter Ambulance; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 9th; United States. -- Army -- Airborne Division, 82nd; Prisoners Of War -- United States; Helicopter Ambulances -- United States; Helicopter Ambulances -- Vietnam; AN/PRC-25; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; U.S. Army 3rd Field Hospital, Saigon, Vietnam (Republic); Hospitals, Military
|Korean Cease-Fire Talks - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #112 Korean Cease-Fire Talks Description at National Archives: "Reel 1, shows Kaesong cease-fire talks. A helicopter takes off from Munsan for Kaesong with Adm. Joy and truce negotiation team aboard. They land and are greeted by the North Korean and Chinese delegation and armed North Korean troops in violation of the agreement on cease-fire talks. Correspondents in a truce negotiation convoy are turned back by North Korean guards and the whole convoy then returns to the...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; Joy, C. Turner (Charles Turner), 1895-1956; Newsreel; Ridgway, Matthew B. (Matthew Bunker), 1895-1993; Korean War, 1950-1953; Allen, Leven C. (Leven Cooper), 1894-1979; Cold War
|Christmas Story, The Big Picture 1952 - U.S. Army|
Unedited footage. "CUs, INt, speaking in German Mr. Otto Holler welcomes his Christmas dinner guests, Pfcs Fuchs and Townsend. Townsend, speaking German, asks his host to speak slower. Pan along diners as Holler repeats his welcome in halting, indistinct English. Townsend thanks him. Remainder of reel contains wild track for scenes 43-45, 7-20 and 21-24."Christmas story, the big picture, Germany, 11/13/1952 - 11/24/1952 National Archives Identifier: 25975
Keywords: Cold War; The Big Picture; Christmas
|UN Counterattack - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #111 UN CounterattackDescription at National Archives: "Reel 1, Part 1, troops and tanks move up in UN counteroffensive against retreating Chinese and North Koreans. Shells burst on the hills around Chorwon. Part 2, F-51 jet planes strafe and bomb Chinese-occupied hills as the advance of the UN forces continues. Part 3, U.S. troops, vehicles, artillery, and equipment struggle forward through mud and rain in North Korea as C-119 transports parachute supplies to the advan...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; Korean War, 1950-1953; Milburn, Frank W. (Frank William), 1892-1962; Tanks (Military science); Rockets (Ordnance); Newsreel; Mustang (Fighter planes)
|XXIV Corps V Artillery Sites, 03/09/1969 - 03/20/1969 - U.S. Army|
Description: "Summary: Fire support base (FSB) atop Hill #88. M-109 155mm SP How in firing position. Barrel is raised and rotated. Soldier on phone as he receives fire mission at FSB Roy. VS, soldiers aim, load and fire M-110 8-inch SP How from atop mountainous position. AV, FSB Bastogne. Dusk, M-42 SP 40mm gun firing. Night, muzzle flashes and tracer fire from M-42 and from M-55 Quad 50 cal MGs. AV, FSD Alpha 4...
Keywords: United States. Army; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Regimental histories -- United States -- Army -- Corps -- XXIV; US Army
|Peace, Togetherness, And Sammy - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army documentary about Sammy Davis Jr's performances in Vietnam in 1972, as part of Nixon's anti-drug abuse council. Armed Forces Information Film #232
Keywords: Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Sammy Davis Jr; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- African Americans; United Service Organizations (U.S.)
|UN Offensive - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #103 UN OffensiveNational Archives Description: "Reel 1, Part 1, U.S. Marines and 7th Infantry Division troops engage in street fighting in the blazing ruins of Seoul with tank support. Part 2, troops of the 187th Regiment of the 11th Airborne Division board C-54 and C-119 transport planes at Ashinya Air Force Base in Japan and fly to Kimpo Air Force Base in South Korea. Part 3, Air Force Gens...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; Tanks (Military science); Typhoons; Spaatz, Carl A. (Carl Andrew), 1891-1974; Al Jolson; Korean War, 1950-1953; MacArthur, Douglas, 1880-1964; Kenney, George C. (George Churchill), 1889-1977; Newsreel
|Geneva Conventions And Counterinsurgency, 1965 - U.S. Army|
1965 U.S. Army training film # TF 27-3616 Geneva Conventions And Counterinsurgency.National Archives description: "U.S. Army training film on the provisions and applicability of Article 3 of Geneva Conventions of 1949 as related to treatment of military and civilian victims of present day insurgencies."National Archives Identifier: 36801
Keywords: Training Film; Prisoners of war -- United States; United States -- Armed Forces -- Regulations; Cold War; US Army; United States. Army; Counterinsurgency -- Handbooks, Manuals, etc; Guerrilla warfare -- Handbooks, manuals, etc; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Geneva Conventions (1949)
|Combat Activities In Korea - U.S. Army|
U.S. Army Combat Bulletin #108 Combat Activities In Korea "Reel 1, Part 1, troops of the 1st Cavalry Division move along muddy Korean road in a pouring rain. C-119s air drop supplies as artillery shells Chinese positions in the hills. Part 2, jet planes machine gun and rocket North Korean roads and installations. Reel 2, Part 1, troops and tanks of the 24th Infantry Division move up through mud, deep snow, and dense underbrush...
Keywords: Combat Bulletin; Mortars (Ordnance); Tanks (Military science); C-119 Flying Boxcar (Transport plane); Korean War, 1950-1953; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 7th; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 24th; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 25th; United States. -- Army -- Cavalry Division, 1st; Newsreel
|Special Forces Air Operations, Part Two: Landing Zone Operations 1969 - U.S. Army|
1969 U.S. Army training film # TF 33-4149 Special Forces Air Operations, Part II: Landing Zone Operations. (The National Archives doesn't appear to have digitized Part One, which is TF 33-4148 and titled Special Forces Air Operations, Part I Drop Zone Operations.) Description from the National Archives: "Illustrates landing zone techniques for medium aircraft night and day operations on land; light aircraft night operations on water; and rotary wing aircraft night operations on land." National A...
Keywords: United States. Army; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Aerial Operations, American; Training Film; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Army aviation; Landing zones (LZ)
|Marines Come Streaming Out, December 10 1950 - U.S. Army|
Description from the National Archives: "Summary: Trucks arriving with men and equipment, including a road grader. Men stand at side of road and cheer as the convoy passes. VSs, marine convoy moving along road at a good clip. LS, Mountains which contain the Chosin Reservoir in bg. MS, men in truck at side of road wave to the camera, smile. Truck convoy, marines jammed in the vehicles, waving as they pass camera...
Keywords: USMC; Korean War, 1950-1953; United States. -- Marine Corps -- History -- Korean War, 1950-1953; Chinhung-ni (Korea); United States. Marine Corps; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Campaigns -- Korea (North) -- Changjin Reservoir; Prisoners of war -- United States
|Historical World War I Films - U.S. Army|
WWI combat footage. Mislabeled at the National Archives as "HISTORICAL WW I FILMS, ca. 1941 - ca. 1945" National Archives Identifier: 13946
Keywords: WWI; World War, 1914-1918
|World War I Films - U.S. Army|
Mislabeled at the National Archives as "WORLD WAR I FILMS, ca. 1941 - ca. 1945." National Archives Identifier: 13945
Keywords: WWI; World War, 1914-1918
|Airborne Jump - U.S. Army Infantry Center and School|
This website contains a collection of videos, from the Army, Fort Benning Leaders, and Soldiers in training. Information available at WWW.ARMY.MIL is consistent with Army and DoD policies and The Principles of Information and contains information cleared for public release. The Army Home Page is provided as a public service by The Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army in coordination with Army Public Affairs...
Keywords: Airborne Jump; Airborne School; Fort Benning; Army; paratroop; Parachute
|Winter Farm Life On A Crow Reservation.... - U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs|
Winter Farm Life On A Crow Reservation: French General Foch Becomes Honorary Crow, Circa 1919"UNEDITED FILM REPORT: Group of Frenchmen and Americans in train station, Montana. Scenes on Crow reservation and at railroad station are randomly interspersed throughout film. Snow-covered farm on reservation. Indians ride horses and wagons, butcher cows, dig a pit, build a tepee, and run snowplows. At railroad station, Frenchmen and Americans gather; watch procession of small children; Crow chief prese...
Keywords: WWI; Indian clothing and dress; Indian dwellings; Indian reservations; Crow Indians; Trains; Foch, Ferdinand 1851-1929
|Indians Of North America: Conduct Of Life, 1913 - U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs|
"UNEDITED FILM REPORT: On customs, traditions and costumes of several tribes, including Hopi, Blackfoot, Crow and Pueblo. Hopi woman styles young women's hair to symbolize their availability for marriage proposals. Navajo men herd sheep and goats. Indian man pulls out his whiskers and uses a "stomach stick" to aid digestion and rebuild muscles. Smoke signal rises in background of tepees. Mountain Chief, Blackfoot Indian, tells another Sioux a story in sign language while several other men listen...
Keywords: Hopi Indians; Blackfoot Indians; Crow Indians; Pueblo Indians; Indian clothing and dress; Indian sign language; Indians of North America
|Arizona, Its Mineral Resources And Scenic Wonders - U.S. Bureau of Mines|
No description at the National Archives, but this is a 1940 documentary about Arizona, including gold, mineral, copper, and silver mining, agriculture, and features such places as Montezuma Castle and Oregon Pipe Cactus National Monuments, Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, Mission of St. Xavier Del Bac, Hope Creek Canyon, Dragoon Mountains, and Sunset Crater.National Archives Identifier: 12496